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Surprise – Anna Faris and fiancé Michael Barrett have tied the knot!
Wednesday’s episode off Anna Faris is unqualified podcast revealed the actress, 44, that she and Barrett, 51, were running in Washington state.
“I’m looking around .. my fiancé is right – he’s my husband now. Yes, we ran,” she said during a conversation with a caller. “It was amazing, yes, it was amazing.”
While Faris did not share many details about the wedding, she added: “It was at a local courthouse in Washington State, it was amazing.”
Faris started dancing the film photographer in 2017 after working on his film Overboard. The two were first seen together in September – a month after Faris and ex-husband Chris Pratt announced their split after eight years of marriage.
Faris and Pratt – who have since married Katherine Schwarzenegger, with whom he welcomed a daughter last year – share son Jack, 8. Faris was also previously married to actress Ben Indra from 2004 to 2008.
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Faris told PEOPLE in May that she and Barrett “had an instant form of intimacy.”
“We’re probably both introverted in a very similar way,” she shared. “And he has two kids, and it’s been amazing. I’ve really learned a lot about myself through his kids. It’s been really rewarding.”
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The couple’s engagement was confirmed in January last year by Faris’ former Mother costar Allison Janney, who told U.S magazine that the duo had “been engaged for a long time.”
That House Bunny star later told PERSONS that their mixed family spent time sticking together under the COVID-19 lock on traveling in a motorhome.
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“We bought a camper and traveled with a portable printer to school,” she said. “Jack has handled this whole thing like a champion. I’m just very happy that my family is safe. And I do not think I’ve ever been so present.”
Last month, the podcasts reflected on her experience with the marriage and shared the advice she would give Jack.
“I do not know if it is too grumpy and cruel to say in a way, but if I could tell my 8-year-old son one thing that he might want to hold on to, I would really encourage him not to get married in 20s, ”Faris said in an episode of his podcast with Glennon Doyle.